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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1915 T (f E L 7! T H H R 1 D fi B 0 A 11, Y HERA J, I) PARE CLARKE GO. The Ladies' Store .Phone 453 Acudia Block The New Goods are Piling in Merchandise In all Its frwl.hp.V8 arriving dally by freight and Goods and SIlKfl, PrlnlB aiid C ropes, Staples and Wash Goods, lx.fi.6nfl and Towols, Comets nml Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Waleta and Whltowcar, IBmbroldorics and muny othor linen most ivantcd now for your Spring sewing, await you at this Hloro. In BIGGER AND BETTER ASSORTMENTS THAN EVER BEFORE AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES WE'VE EVER BEEN ABLE TO OFFER, 65C MOREEN SKIRTING 36 Inch, specially priced Extra fine duality full yard wide; soft ellliy Mulsh; colors navy, bteelt, miLi'ooil find brown. EMBROIDERY COTTON 20 and 42 Inch, extra quality........ 25c A lovoly cloth (or underxarinimtn of nil sorts, in a width' thai cuts lo Hit licst advanUffo; soft and Croo from dressing. PRINTS AND CREPES 15c A now arrival lhat you have not seen be- fore. Lovely qualities in lifiht moil him col- ors, ulao white crepes, very cheap, ICc. 3ILK BOOT HOSE...... 35c WIDE SILK RIBBON 5 Inch, linn taffeta A full range all tlie vim tod col- A specially purchas- ed line sliowii tomor- row for tho first time, lisle tops, heels, toes and Holes; ladies' sizes onljr In all Mack, extra special II for 51-00 PURE WOOL DRESS GOODS The best ever shown here... WWw Granite Cloths, Wool Taffetas, Dins- BUtlE LINEN SUITINGS Finest quality pure linen. 27 inches wide; colors sky, pink, tan, hello, etc., very suitable and serviceable tor dreBBCK and children's wcav. J p IOC ors included in this now lot; nil exlrn special value tomorrow. oiiala and Checks in all the wanted color? Including Davy, Copenhagen etc. WHITE CREPES AND VOILES 35c to K5c 42 inch goods in love- ly. flno qualities, plain novelty weaves, the most popular goods of the seasou, PURE LINEN TUBING 90C Circular pillow linen In extra fine quality, 45 ins wide, good weight and extra strong ami durable. Extra EMBRO1- DERV SALE.. Wcrth up to 35c Edgings, insertions llounclDgB In widths up to 18 indies, the best we have ever socn for the money, on- sale Tuesday, JAILBIRD SMOTHERS WATCH- MAN AT STARLAND TONfGHT Many a convict, if given a chance upon bis release Trom he only too -willing to Often, when the gates ot Sing Slug or Masrmth, Alta., Feb. Afluom- My Hall night TVOB rilled with the towoBpeoplti, 2.2'J a.nJ were prominently dliplayed, tho ooca- prison, would being a gram "go Etralght." j meu who have Jo: lend-off to the local Joined the 13th G.M.R. been -.veil organized "ZUDORA" EPISODE NO. 4 AT EMPRESS THEATRE i John Storm's- parents, good country people, who have given him a heritage of clean blood and excellent tradition live In a village surrounded by hl'Jls. The innocent townspeople frightened at the appearance of a fleshleas hand appearing In tha hills from Ume to time, and Storm's parents send an ur gent letter for him to come to them. Storm eenils word to Zudara lhat he is going to visit his parents and Zu- dora decides him where she is welcomed by Storm's parents their proapectiye daughter-in-law. As Ihey are seated In the parlor the spectre hand appears on the wall at far end of tbe room. Zudora sus- pects that her uncle is at the bottom of the plot, and rushes back to the city and confronts the mystic, and ii met 'with .a bafflfng doniai. Zudora saves her lover'a life just as the Hindoo servant of the mysLj J-Jas- san All is about to plunge a knife into :orm's back ravelled. See this mystery Jun- the state prison opan un6n tho the programme 'was bright and expired convict, he finds that he IB Bnappy. After the singing of "The Ktlll a hunted man. Police keep well informed oE his new address; he is shadowed by detect- ives, and if publJc clnmor demand tho arrest of BOrae one for a crime frequently the contfct IB "framed" an clapped again Into jail. With hii re- tord ngainst him the convict has Hi lie cliaucc of acqiiiltal befare .'i pre "Judlced jury, and a few 'weeks afte phis arrest the prison gates yawn as ,iln before him. Even If the police do not force him ID act ag-a stool pigeon, the com1 let i coDBtantiy open to teraptations from, his old pala. He may move to anoth, or city and attempt to "get but In prison he has made hundreds of acquaintances, who, upon their ro lease, scatter to the ends of the earth 'and he is soon found out. Rather than rjglc exposure at th hands of these old companions, the ex convict submits to blackmail or goea back'into Uie old life, eventually to find himself police net, SocleLj a. no place for the re Toraed convict. Once a "Jailbird" the ttigma remains and In tho eyes of his fellott'men, the ex-convict Is always open to suspicion. a two-reel Rex drama ehowing at Starland Lonight, relates the hopeless struggle cf a former con- vict, to life aJ'ter his re- lease from prison. In addition to this heart-stirring drama, a" two-reel Key- stone comedy vrill also bo shown, feat- uring Jlabel Normand, entitled "Mat) el's New Job." Maple and a prayer by Mr. W- 0. A. Woolley, an address o[ welcome was given by F. W. Karren. The epcakor said that the gathering had been called to show, respect to the gal- lant voluniears who have offered their services to .the Motherland. On be- half cf Ihe Towu Council, he asked nil to have a good Umc. The lowii felt proud of the boys who are soon to go across the ocean to ISaelaud to assist the great Empire which is now In tils- trees. As one of tho volunteers said today, ic 'was "a great honor'to go to fiffht for the best- Empire on liie earth." P. Steele pf RaynitnJd was'the next speaker. He gave a brief account of Then followed a ablo Nelson, by TV. ON BANFF SEWER RATHER THAN ASK HELP FROM HOME Hor rilendu lo Icaru that .Mint; Allco Davis, UitnBhli'r of Mrs. Alice SI. DuvlB of CniiDiurhL, la canfliicd to (he Diamond Cfly with an attack of typhoid rover. .111. lOuiJiunil ai'c iiiK over the arrival of sfsvtn- pimnd hal.y toy liorn Ki'lir'Kirv Vlii. nre looiiif. ,'UIKOH'K Uanci: .........-KG LoilBC, A. A3. In the Miisonlc hall, m irchruary [fi. Tlieso rnuciion', luive recipients or iimiaiions Ufll "goucl las-i i.fM'iMtf upon antT .Mrs. iliis 15C Tim. -MiKHion with liiiuifeis Uin lolli-W'ii.', Ministerial Vaso-iution (collcc- turns from of pmycr) S22.UO Miss Helen rrot'ior a-OO und Oall oiii; Slug uuu llospiLui Ccnli-al T. 01 C'algaiy, Kob. sixlh annual coiivciiUon of the; Alhert-u. Ass-cciaMoti of local Improvement Uistricts atid Jtiirnl Miini'ijiiiMHos y.'il! coiivt-ne at I'nget hall, Tuesday, Fi'h. 16, aiid will hi for ihrcc tlayK. It is that between uriiL.four ilelcpaks Irom all parts of Uicj province will ho in al- IcmUmce. J'rcsidcnt. CrriM'-nlicId and sct-relary JIcNicol hjivc Ijcon very busy fluting the pasl iiir.uiginfi the -for. Lliii mccUiiR, at u-hic.li the needs of the ar- coiit' inLo i horn uglily, and rci'Dininnn- i; j (inLinns Jiudc t-o 11 iu legisl.iLurc. M MIMSTIOIIS WILL AT- s THXI) i An. tvciilleiil is in course iiniiiaraiion. Addresses will be de- j Ijvcrpd bv Ibu miniKlcrs, deputy rain- is tecs, ami other ofllcials of Ihe de- c'li.irlincnls of municipal afiairs and I jii'lilic works.1. present a Li res from 111? sister provinces are expected to jn-espnl and lo Luke uart io the ptiii-KNliiigs. Sonic of The important questions to lit discussed VvilL uo -TIiR rracti'Wil ol Municipal 1 iluil "The Construction and .MainU nance ot Trunk Heads by After tlie session class of the i School, the members printed wli.ii a beautiful Province Wilh Some Municipal Municipal "The Which .Should be ant) Maintained by the' PrnviiiLe and by the .Municipal- itv i. 'tjuostion as it Af- fein's Cert.ain ft actions oi His inas" Itural Sliinicipal of china piaciical "Rural Mvmi- in honor of her approaching marrmgc. .Finance Oil all questions fail- Miss Hodfc'luna in prcBLMiiing Uie tfift j and discussion will he invited. expressed Hie of homelf and, Arraogeiiif'iii.'j 'nre being made with icllow mcviibers in loalnp Miss Cook j diHeccni railway companies, o'p- from Hie clans. Miss C in a few chosen words. The O. F. Club will nr-Cii with .Mrs JW. II. 'Heech, -PL tomorrow al'ienjooji. This is missionary night at Westminster league. Mr. II. H. j Dmce will continue his iiopuler lec- ture on South America craling in lire province, tu obtain the I usual convention rules for and their liach delegate to bht i convention must putchaae (not more 1 Than three days, not including Sun- slay, before the date of the opening of the a first-class, farc one-way .conLlauous trip ticket to the place of the convention, or to the i nearest station to which tlie railway nan sell tickets, and obtain iron, the station agenl a standard convention form. If tlelegatee have to travel over more tliari .one railway to ttie place oi convention, they will be required to purchase tickets anu obtain stand- The Protheon Class fifrvrug cireie of Wesley Chureli. will meet tomorrow oyeniiig at ihe_home of E. E. convention forms, as above irom whom they PasBcngers ___ hoarding train nt (lag stations should I retain duplex ticket issued by con- and m the ranks had ssr-; (lllctor WRich- when properly vali Chandler, 5th AVIMIUP South, full quo la of members is desired. A j each sfcation agent iiom 1 purchase their tickets. _ vice in India and lu this country, where one is rat- dated and endorsed by the secretary, etc., will he honorud Eor ticket to ov- Vaughan. the condltlous at the little, of Trafal- end said that tbe present crisis was a thousand tlmee more moment- ous. and that. In, the words pt the im- mortal Nrcl3Qii: sxpecta thnt every 'man 'this dfiy will do his month's tha onliro Britleh Empire was thrilled with the news that England had declared war on Germany. The Empire unlled In its determination to put down for prior to his enlistment in the ranks oi the Princess IJals. Rather than sponge upon Iiis ha shouldered a picked up a shovel, donnoil overalls, and went to work as ;1 laborer on the Band sow- er. The nc-nlileinan was obvious to the most casual observer, even through .the mud oi the tre-nch in which he put in as hard manual work as the luLorcia by his side. it all trus patriots, :mil to those who knew him pcisonally will remain the of a lipji I-hearted, compan- ionaljle and true [rii-nil. "SuL-ij mull, in these troublous limes, can he ill It is they who have made Ibc empire what ib is, and when: ilaniicr Uucatcns arc lo the forp.'1 might be suspected that be was ouc of his element, he was silent as the grave as tu his antecedents, andj never emitted the smallest complaint, even when his Mistered hands barely grip the shovel. 3ITTER FEELING CAUSED EY CANCELLING CUP GAMES The action ol" iho Scortisii Foothall association in cancelling the cup-ties, first roiiud or wiiich was supposed j LO have been played next Saturday. certificate forms in order that those who'travel longer distances may be ensured the round trip for single fare. If ons hundred or more standard cer- Ulicate forms arc in the hands ot the secrat.icv on the first rtar of the con- the delegates will obtain tree return transportation to their homes at the close of the convention. THE PROGRAM. Tlie morning session of Feb. lii, will be devoted to organiza- tion. At the opening of the a.ltprnoun session of Tuesday, Mayoc Costello will make an official address oi wel- ever the rallitarlam of-tho Teuton Em-1 Jt "was not until long niter lis had'1'35 nwltc IL furore in Ulrea. Toe speaker went on to show J enlisted that Die renl laah develop- circles, not ou'iy in Scatlanri, but also how the different parts the Em-1 plre were all working in ihis great right, andb e concluded by wishing all Lhe volunteers God-speed. "Soldiers 6E the King" followed, and ,-as sung very tfweedy by the choir. The Mr. Hindley .hen presented eadh volunteer with a badge, and said that It was with fee'i- nge of the n.glnast regard and honor that he preiented them >vlth a small token of eatoem-and said, that If ever .hey became down-hearted they would look at the badge and remember that the still thought of them, and that all would return rolling in glory. The names of those 'who wore pre- sented with'bad gas Were Lieut. H. S. Taylor, Lieut. R.W. Page and JI. Boyd, AJva Passey, W." Head, N. Fraync, S. 'owler. A, Robertson and R. Hurst, and all suitably responded. 'A dance "olio wed. Apparently lie proved to be worth in Englnud. One Knelish Bporting pa- his salt as a military niaii, for. he Pcr rtevolea three cclumiis to a hitter was given a commission, made caplain long merit Inft Salisbury. anil was tirade, ugainsl1 ilic Scots and tuc the it also turned casty way iimy- did 1L-" It was oven to rhfi Enijlish association out that he saw service in India and that a reprisal would be tn order io Africa with one of the regular 13nl-: out that the International Rames ish regiments. Writing from Banff J.-between England and Scotland could T. Child, Dominion eovemmenl enfti- De. for the future, discontinued. The near for rays f Scottish nssocintion is credited with "Dulce et decorum cst pro patria "glorying in a pose." and the passing Captain F. Fitzgerald. Pi'm- UP the Lies is rpfwrcri to as "Scot- LOS ANGELES CLUB SOLD John Powers of Chicago Buys Pacific Coast League Franchise Los Angeles, Feb. owers of Chicago, BOII alderman of ihe name n Si trie; and a nan well known in aportlnp; circles 'or niany.yearar Is now the owner of lie Los Angeles baseball club: Powers yesterday purchased the in- ;ereBts cf both Tom Stevens aiid Henry Berrv, thereby acquiring much nore than a majority of the stock. "ARE YOU A MASON" AT MAJESTIC MONDAY-TUESDAY An event of great local interest will be the offering of Leo. DHricbEteJn'n celebrated farce-comedy, "Are You a at the Majestic Theatre on Vlonday and Tuesday' of next week. Every character In the play will be enacted by well-known 'Lethbrldga peo- ple, and the event "will be produced un- der the ausplcus and In aid' of the funds of tbe local chapter of the Daughters of the Empire. No comedy that has scored such an International miceess. hasf ever been written. "Are You Ji 'Mason" was originally produced at HJO.Strand Theatre, London, Eng- land, where it ran continuously for over one thoueaud nights. it wrJ then taken to New York, 'Where Jt met with even greater favor. It hu been revived on numoroiu occatlona l.liroughout the length and breadth of Ihe continent, end never yet hti fail- ed to meet witli Instatitmueout public, ftppfOTai. Soate for the local per- cause Kay. Catywtll hack tn rormanoes-will be on sale at the Had- the Yanhs il "they'd th'tbw in Hal ley Dnig Co, on Thursday morning, Chase they'd make a Ibfc'iinore trouble and early rwervatlons are adfUed. for the An.etican Annette Kellermann at the Majoitlc Mr. manager of the. Annette -telJermann "NeptUnt's' Daughter" pic- uros, whleji.will open ft four-daj-a' en- agemeut nt.the Theatre to- day, the city this morning. He reports phenomenal -business be- ing dene all .over the countty with this attraction? 'and stales that over pcople'-iKud admiBRioii' to the Empire Edincnlon, Jasl woeJi, where the pictures played a lull week's engagement. He IB well .ploafned with prospects In Lethbridgfa, and is of the opinion that the Lethbrldse nubile vlll greatly appreciate ittracflnn, The Buffalo Feds are rejoicing, he- ccss Patricia's Canadian Light In- fantry, killed in action, January 26th (Calgary, AlberLa, Jfebniarv'.l, "Many living in IlanlT during the last two summers will rtimeait.cr Fitzgerald, who came of good Irisji lish virfue." Tnlren nil Lhrough, tlie apparently inspired referred to IK bitter in the extreme, and will have n tendency to further widen the breech between the'English and Scot- tish associations will fce replied to br President H. Greenfield. Hon. YVilirid come, wh Garicpy, minister of municipalities, will then spealc, and the minister Shopping Specials that Point the Way to the Hudson's Bay Store for Tuesday's Purchases This Tuesday ami Wednesday price on Ladies Loiifr Kid Gloves is worthy of Npccial mention. a-lio JtavD Jeamod Ihe urofll of a daily Irip Lo this (lopardneuf. will be quick to approve of these. Ladles' 24 inch length real French Kid Gloves In black and v.-hlte. Qualities tlio.l. nover rtlnll at loss thua J3.50. Sizes to ffO TueBday nnri vveMUuftuiiy, Closing Out these Heal Irish Lace Curtains at Away Lass Than Cost II will.bo a fascinating occupation making selections from this ausortniont of betuitjfiil styles in Jarffe Cout Collars. aJl of hand- some real Irish Uice, In white only. Choose from valuta Tor 15.00. Choose from f7.50 values for 52.00. OhooJO ft Aft Irom S5.IN) rahleB lor The Boy's Your A Cleaning range of Boys' Suits in. sale. All of the amariesi. tweeds aonsliJlo for nu to obtain. The-elyles are the newest, most or them In the. popular double QQ breasteil elfcct. All elzop. Men's Fleece Lined Underwear lor 90c Suit buyfi a Suit of Hr.rvlceablo. comfortable fifteen "lined Under- wear. Just the riffht quality for present wear. All sizes In lot. Clearing out it per suit wlIC Ynrd Wide, ISc An unusually large order of this Ccmfolemi 'its to offer special prices. This IB yard wide In Only, ffor office floors or any place that gets Rood hard veer. ConM aha- >llo ffe used 1m rooflnt-. Kciulsr More of these Plates Fnlty.dtaifii in Bread and Butter PMtfj Oatmeal Plates anu Sonp Platw, 3 for Odd lines lu Dinner Plates and Breakfast Price 3 Men! Choose from any of our TRA .Bluchers for 93.50 92.04 saved on every pair of Men's Tsdi Bluchers here tomor- row. All our adrarice Spring Styles to go on sale; all sizai in. the lot. Cut from selected Tan Calt. Tliie is a. genuine Cfl saving. J6.BO Yalues-for Popular Elk Bluchers lor the Men, Elk is.soft..-plia1ble and durable and makes an exception- ally These are 'blucher style in ian and TO pairs only co.go on sale. The regular price Is ?4.00. (JO Aft The reduced .price IE GROCERY SNAPS PHONE 313 4 pounds Rice......................25C pounds sinall. Haricot Beans......25C 11 bars Sunlight' Soap............... 50C St. Charles Milk, per tin .............J0C Corn, Peas aiid.'Beahs, per can........IOC Gallon can of Apples................30C Hudson's Bay Co. he -followed by in his aanua-1 oveu to addresses bj J- D- Hobinson, jirovinnifll engineer of highways; A. President Greenfield I il. Lovcll, oi Argy'ie, on municipal ni the work oi financial problems Henry C. Ravle, the association.' Tuesday evening ses- sion will he given over to conferenc- es oi secretary-treasurers. John Pcrrie, deputy minister oi mu- nicipalities, will speak at the. opening of the morninc; session of Wednesday. ile will he followed by IS. H. afal- comb, chairman oi the hail insurance board, in a resume of the workings oi the hail Insurance act. J. N. Bayne, deputy minister of municipalities [or Saskatchewan, will speak at the af- ternoon session. John Stocks, deputy minister oi public works, will also le given talk. Thursday's A ceremony unique In the history ol manos Shaady, Hie first Syrian Arch- olic cliurcheo on the Saturday nefara Canadian oltlel waa performed on the {bishop to visit Ihis country. The cere- Easter. Champ Marc on January ,19tn bxjmoijy conflicts of blessing the water Jthc Moat Reverend Archbishop to that dene in Roman Catia- o[ StTcamtown, A; Jlitchell, former chief weed inspector ol the provinces. PRAGUE CZECH PAPERS STOPPED Condemned and Austrian Emperor, Charges Venice, via London, Feb. It is re- ported from Vienna that the eommand- ant at Prague hai epspanded the pub- lication of two Czech newspapers, the Kladenskiohsob and the atradeczky Ziondstick, on a charge of publishing artic'ies condemning the war and mak- ing disrespectful utterances regarding the emperor. The Union of Stryian Journalists has sent P. memorial to the Austrian min- ister of justice praying for interven- tion in behalf of the press, 'which la suffering under a most rigid censor- ship. The journalists have decided'to suspend publication of newspapers in Stryia, unless the censorship la ,re- Jaxed. ASH DAVIS CONING The Famous Artist to fit Hare-Sew SAGE TEA DANDY x TO DARKEN HAIR Look younjer! the old time Sage Tea and Sulphur and nobody will know. You tan mm gray, faded hair beau- .llully da'rfc and lustrous almost over lslit if you'll get a 50-cent bottle of 'Wyeth's 3age and Sulpliuv Com yound" "t any drug'sLore. MilUonB of lotlles of thla old. famous Tea Heclpo are "sold annually. Bays a well- known druggist here, because it darh- cns ihe hair BO naturally and evenly that no one can tell it lias been ap- plied. Those whose it turning gray, becoming faded, straggly and thin haye surprise awaiting thenv necauie after one or two applications :ho gray nair Faotihes and your locks become luxuriantly dark and beauti- dandruff goes, scalp itching and falling lialr itopi. This il the 61 youth. Gray- haired, unaattractlve tola, aren't waited around, go buaj with Wy- aid Sulphur tonight and you'll Mlftttti with year dirt. hair aoi your youthful atariara within a tew by J. O. Ce., LimltK, Mr. Davis' II hour and a half long. Ha QMS two. easels, special piper 48 by and draws with colors, making; thirty'to thlrty-flve pictures. Prrtraw the and Alb Dtlla Is Ihe maater o! that lunmiia. His pictures talk, and their ligntnea vlll be felt long after aaf il forjot ten. Tie fact thai Mr. Darii lias early thrown on hta own THautaBs gives him such ft keen of the boy probiam toat hit entertain- ment Is especially helpful to the younf, making a stroni apteal far betterment ot yount manhood. There JB a meaning and a moral in his pic- tures, his humor is apoataneoui, and the talk he gives with each picture blenda BO nicely that It a Impression. His transformation! are executed with rapidity, so that the audience Is not left wonder- ing, and there is no suspense watting to see a picture flnlghed. The land- scapes in colors are veritable works of art and would grace any paribr. While the creations of carpet are a distinct novelty and an entirely original idea wilh tills artist, give the effect o! a beautiful peintln? in oil. Mr. Davis says some people like ragtime music, but he prefers rag- time pictures, as he choofies te cail! theni. Public men as well aa current events are often depicted on his can- vas, and an ovenlag spsnt with, him is .not only profitable and very instruc- tive, hut In entertaining as well. Mr. Davis will he in Wesley church, Wednesday the 10th. EUGENIC RULE HITS MARRIAGES Wisconsin Records Shsw 4000 De- craase in Year Madison, Wis., Feb. 191J. tbe first year of tbe operation of the eugenic marriage law, 4000 fewer rlages were reported to Wisconsin Board of Hesiih than In 1113. lilt Aitci serving sixteen years ot stnltna, Solomoa, M il Winniiei (DC killiu his wife, nas been liberated from Kfoastoii tiars. ;